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Blasphemy: Skittles and Iced Tea Communion

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“Bless these Skittles and Iced Tea- that they will become for us the body and the blood of Christ?”

This video literally makes me sick to my stomach, to the point of vomiting! As a Christian, this is out right blasphemy! This is the worship of Trayvon Martin, NOT Jesus Christ! Whether or not you believe that “justice” has been served, the “sermon” that this “Pastor” gives is sickening!

The Stand For Truth article summed it up very eloquently:

“But if you’re doing a church service to honor Trayvon Martin rather than Jesus, it makes sense in a strange sort of way.”

Notice when the “Pastor” instructs the congregation to “partake” of the Skittles, he says to “enjoy the sweet treats”.

NEVER, in taking Holy Communion, have I “enjoyed” the Elements. Thankful, grateful, overwhelmed, with love that I cannot truly express- yes. But NEVER have I “enjoyed” them! To know what my Jesus did for me is not something I “enjoy”! It overwhelms me to know He CHOSE to pay the price for me with His blood, but it is not something I enjoy!

We have truly reached a new low, America! Beware! God’s mercy WILL NOT hold out forever!

“Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter.” Isaiah 5:20

H/T Stand Up For Truth

Are "Skittles" Advertisements Being Shown At The Beginning Of Videos Featuring The Trayvon Martin Story?

Oddly enough, in at least one case, the answer is yes.  This article at Politico.com, as of today, is still showing advertisements for Skittles candies prior to a video of President Obama discussing the Trayvon Martin case.  This is odd, considering that Trayvon Martin was said to be killed while carrying a package of the colored candies on his way home in February of this year.  One has to wonder if Skittles just so happens to have a deal to advertise their products in Politico’s player or if this is contextual advertising gone wrong.

A more detailed screen capture.